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Smash Hit is a new title from Mediocre Games, who brought us Sprinkle, Sprinkle Junior and Sprinkle Islands. Judging from their past releases, one thing we know is that Mediocre knows how to emulate physics in games. With Smash Hit being completely outside the box for the company, the game is actually pretty cool.

Gameplay

The basic objective in Smash Hit is to break glass structures. You have a set amount of balls, although you can gain more if your have good aim. You use these balls to hit targets or generally break any glass barriers that happen to get in your way. Hitting targets will net you additional balls. The camera is slowly moving forward through the 3D world, which makes aiming a bit difficult as you’re hitting a constantly moving target.

Smash Hit

If you fail to destroy the obstructions before you hit them, you lose some of your balls for every hit. If you use them all or lose them then the game is over, and you need to start the whole course over again, or drop back in at one of the checkpoints. The game moves through different stages and with each new stage the feel of the game changes.

Smash Hit

The level design, the obstructions, the speed, the graphics and the music all shift to give each stage a fresh new feeling. Occasionally you can pick up boosters that give you an unlimited number of balls for a limited amount of time or slow down the speed of the game.

Graphics and Sound

Graphically, Smash Hit is really impressive. The in-game visuals are really polished, particularly on a high resolution display. The glass surfaces are very detailed and look absolutely stunning up close. There are also some nice smoke and particle effects to boot.

Smash Hit

The physics in Smash Hit are also top notch, as this is to be expected coming from the makers of Sprinkle. The sound is also done well. The music is nice and the sound effects in particular are great. The shattering of glass sounds great but you also hear the sound of individual panes of glass fall and hit the ground or scatter around, along with the sound of the metal balls bouncing around.

Smash Hit

Overall Smash Hit is a really well-made and polished piece of work. The gameplay is good and the visuals are simply amazing. There is a link to the free download below. Don’t forget to rate the game and leave us a comment on how much you enjoyed the game.

Smash Hit
Smash Hit
Developer: Mediocre
Price: Free*

QuizUp, the trivia game that has taken iOS by storm, has finally made its way onto Android. Developers Plain Vanilla Games only waited four months after the addictive game made its iOS release to do so. If you’ve played the iOS version, you shouldn’t expect anything different from its Android counterpart.

QuizUp

When the game first starts you’ll be asked to link a Facebook,Google+ account, or sign up by email. You then pick a topic to be quizzed on from over 400 choices. QuizUp then matches you up with another player who shares your level of expertise on that topic. From what we can tell, matchmaking is based on the game’s matching algorithm, but occasionally we found outselves face off with a more experienced player. Also, If you’ve already played QuizUp on iOS, your nickname, achievements, messages, and score data all will carry over to Android.

QuizUp
QuizUp

Categories are also separated into to help players weed through hundreds of topics and thousands of questions. The amount of choices are very numerous. We’re willing to bet that if you can think of it, there’s likely a topic for it on QuizUp. Each game is divided into 7 rounds, and in the final round the question is worth double the normal amount of points. The faster you answer, the more points you win. What makes QuizUp so addicting? The game is never really over until it’s over. You might be losing only to wind up winning after a last-minute comeback.

QuizUp

QuizUp also tracks your in game performance with all sorts of stats and data for you to mull over. You’re able to review every game you’ve ever played and even see which questions were asked. Perfectionists will find this very handy when trying to figure out areas one needs to improve upon. Below is a link to download the app for free. Don’t forget to comment and rate the game to let us know how much you liked it!

QuizUp
QuizUp
Price: Free*

Colossus Escape

At first glance Colossus Escape may seem like an endless runner, but that’s quite true. The game is broken up into levels much like Lego Ninjago. In each stage you run away from elemental titans and their smaller minions. Colossus, a very angry looking god, is right behind you and have to keep running and picking up potions to avoid being eaten.

Colossus Escape

Gameplay is pretty straight forward. While running and jumping over cliffs with pits and spikes, you wield your sword against the endless monsters coming your way. You will also have to fend off larger enemies (though not quite as Colossus), by performing on screen instructions.

Colossus Escape

After playing Colossus Escape for a while, It had become very repetitive. The developers need to add some sort of variation to keep the game from becoming stale very quickly. Even though I said the game isn’t exactly an endless runner, it sure feels like one. And by one I mean like every other endless runner I’ve ever played. There are more characters to unlock and areas to see, so perhaps I’ll be pleasantly surprised after more playing.

The game impressive visuals and seems very polished. Three more chapters are listed as ‘coming soon.’ Colossus Escape is free for download and a link is available below. Don’t forget to rate the game and leave us a comment on how you felt about the game!

Colossus Escape
Colossus Escape
Developer: Logicweb
Price: Free*

Eternity Warriors 3

Eternity Warriors 3, a free-to-play action RPG by mobile gaming company Glu Mobile, is something like a huge mass of carnage that provides entertainment and tempts you to keep coming back for more. From the start of the game you get to choose between the big hunky Warrior or the Monk (the Elven female Mage was not selectable at the time of writing this article), you’re immediately thrown into hacking and slashing your way through dungeons.

The controls are simple enough, and the virtual thumbsticks in this game are responsive enough to deal with the fast-paced style of combat. A large button handles basic attacks with smaller ones for skills, which draw down your mana (or MP) and also have cooldown timers (an amount of time that must pass before you can use the skill again).

Your goal for each level is pretty straight forward, which is to eliminate undead, demons, wolves, and other monsters in the shortest amount of time possible. You will be graded on how fast you can clear them all out. Mini-bosses in the final zone of most levels are a little tougher, and the actual bosses of the three kingdoms provide nice challenges. Mostly though, it’s quantity over quality, putting your reflexes to the test against waves and waves of enemies.

After exiting a stage, you’ll find yourself in a town where you can equip different items before you continue with your adventure. There’s a social element in these towns too, but I didn’t experiment with that feature much. Overall, I’m enjoying Eternity Warriors 3 so far. If you’re into button smashing and monster killing with some RPG elements to boot then give this game shot.



Tips, Guides & Tricks:
This is a link to the Eternity Warriors 3 Primer Over at the official Eternity Warriors 3 forums on Glu’s website. It has Tips for Legendary Mode, Fusion Upgrades, info on Rarities and Reagents, Armor, and is updated regularly. It should definitely get you started on the right path to conquering this game.

Motocross Challenge

Are you a Motocross racing fan? Then you should be happy to know that there is a new official Motocross game available on Google Play called Motorcross Challenge aka MXGP. Using touch controls you can guide and control your character through each race, busting out stunts along the way.

Motocross Challenge, also known as MXGP, was developed by Timuz and features three different game modes to play through: Time Mode, Race against an opponent, and Stunt Mode. Each one is pretty self-explanatory and no matter what mode you’re racing through you will need to avoid hazards and avoid crashing all while trying to get your character in first place.

Motocross Challenge Features:

– TOUGH opponents to Challenge
– Unique characters to Unlock
– New STUNTS to perform
– Amazing HD graphics
– Exciting levels and different environments
– Stunning Bikes to UPGRADE
– Addictive game play with ultra smooth tilt controls.
– Google Play Game Services integrated for leader boards and achievements.
– UNLOCK new achievements to challenge your friends on leader board.
– Share on Facebook and Google Plus.

Like many other racing games, you will be able to upgrade your bikes so you can out perform the competition in future races. Don’t feel like doing a serious race? No Problem! There is a Stunt Mode available for you to unleash all sorts of tricks and stunts until you are ready for some hard core competition.


Dr. Who: Legacy

BBC Worldwide will soon be releasing a free-to-play game called Doctor Who: Legacy to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the popular sci-fi show, according to the game’s official Twitter account. Doctor Who: Legacy is being developed for iOS and Android by Tiny Rebel Studios and Seed Studios and is “coming soon.” No other details about a release date were announced, but as more information is released we will keep our readers updated.
Doctor Who: Legacy has no connection to Supermassive Games, the developer behind Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock. Last week, the developer confirmed to Polygon that it would not be making any more Doctor Who games. It doesn’t take a time machine to work out that it’ll probably hit the App Store and Google Play Store around the same time as the 50th anniversary edition of the show is aired, around November 23rd.

The newest title out of Gameloft is pretty self-explanatory. The title says it all. lets you design and control your own custom war machine and fight your way through 80 top-down missions that get tougher as you progress. Fighting the computer AI not enough for you? Then why not give the multiplayer action a go! Tank Battles graphics aren’t very realistic and are a bit wacky and over-the-top, but it fits well with the fast paced gameplay. For example – want a purple tank with three guns? They’ve got that covered.

Tank Battles is a single player and multiplayer game in which players can customize their tank (Gameloft claims over 90,000 combinations) while taking on opponents from all sides. While, as mentioned, there is an extensive single player campaign, I am willing to bet that multiplayer is where this game makes most of its hay. With over 22 different weapons and items, it looks like blowing up your friends could be an addictive way to spend an afternoon.

Tank Battles
Tank Battles
Developer: Gameloft
Price: Free*

Thor: The Dark World

Thor: The Dark World will hit the movie theaters this week, so naturally a game tie-in mobile game was just around the corner. And sure enough it’s now been released on Android and iOS. Gameloft’s Thor: The Dark World places the god of thunder in a top-down dungeon crawler that looks a lot like the company’s own Dungeon Hunter games. The game was written by well-known Marvel writer Christopher Yost.

In the game, players take on the role of Thor in his attempt to stop Malekith while fighting alongside characters from the franchise including Sif and Heimdall. Users can upgrade skills or allies and compete against friends for rewards. Our red caped protagonist won’t have to charged into battle alone. If you’ve ever played a dungeon carwler type game before, then it should come to no surprise to you that Thor will grow more powerful overtime as you puchase better armor, stronger weapons, and new skills. The game has over 90 missions and is a 1.5GB download so its sure keep your attention for a while.

Thor: TDK - Das Spiel
Thor: TDK - Das Spiel
Developer: Gameloft
Price: Free*

The Silent Age is a crowd funded, point-and-click, side-scrolling adventure game where you collect items to get other items to get more items. Just replace the clicks with taps and put it on an android device. With that being said, The Silent age still happens to be really good.

You play a character name Joe, a janitor who works at a research lab in 1972. Your adventure adventure is split into two eras. There’s the eery and foreboding 1972. And then there’s a post-apocalyptic wasteland some four decades later, in 2012. Joe can jump between the two time periods, which you will need when solving the game’s tricky puzzles.

The Silent Age is great example of what good writing can do. I’d recommend the game for anyone to at least try out since its available for Andoid and iOS. We have a link for you to download episode one completely free for your Android device of choice. Episode 2 Looks pretty close to being finished. Its a crowd funded game so if you enjoyed chapter one hop on over to The Silent Age website and show the devs your appreciation.

The Silent Age
The Silent Age
Developer: House on Fire
Price: Free*